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Mid-Ohio-Con Adds Guests to October 2009 Show


Mid-Ohio-Con Announces New Guests for October 3-4, 2009 Show

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Gregg Berger (Transformers), Yancy Butler (Witchblade), and Daniel Logan (Star Wars, Hercules) as Special Media Guests

Mid-Ohio-Con Will Showcase More Than 100 Creators from the Worlds of Comics, Film, Television and Video Games

Registration is Still Open with a Good Selection of Exhibitor Booths, Indie Publisher Booths and Tables in Creators’ Common

August 27, 2009 – Columbus, Ohio

Mid-Ohio-Con today announced that Gregg Berger (Voice of Grimlock in Transformers), Yancy Butler (Star of TNT’s Witchblade), and Daniel Logan (Young Boba Fett in Star Wars: Episode II – Attack of the Clones) will join Mid-Ohio-Con 2009 as special media guests. These stars join a fantastic roster of media guests that also include headliners James Kyson Lee (Ando on NBC’s Heroes) and Ray Park (Darth Maul in Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace, Snake Eyes in G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra).

“We are thrilled to add Gregg Berger, Yancy Butler, and Daniel Logan to the Mid-Ohio-Con 2009 guest roster,” said James Henry, Managing Director of Mid-Ohio-Con. “We have assembled an incredible list of guests from the worlds of comic books, gaming, film, and television at this year’s show and we’ll have much more to report about programming, special events and our exhibitors in the coming days.”

The guest list for 2009 also features guests of honor Bernie Wrightson and Michael Golden along with Dick Ayers, Art Baltazar, Jacob Chabot, Mark Evanier, Ron Frenz, Gary Friedrich, Chris Giarrusso, Bryan J.L. Glass, Mike Grell, Fred Hembeck, Tony Isabella, Joe Jusko, Barry Kitson, Scott Kolins, David Mack, Sean McKeever, Todd Nauck, Josef Rubinstein, P. Craig Russell, Steve Scott, Chris Sprouse, Mark Sumerak, Mark Texeira, Herb Trimpe, Billy Tucci, Renee Witterstaetter, Len Wein, Marv Wolfman and many more.

Registration is still open with a good selection of Exhibitor Booths, Indie Publisher Booths, and Creators’ Common Tables. The show floor in Exhibition Hall E at the Greater Columbus Convention Center will accommodate nearly 200 Exhibitor Booths for retailers, publishers, manufacturers, and service providers, and 100 Creators’ Common tables for artists, writers, actors, and other guests.

Please visit the new Mid-Ohio-Con web site at midohiocon.com for further information and regular updates on Mid-Ohio-Con 2009. The new site is the primary source for all things related to this year’s Mid-Ohio-Con, including details on featured guests, registration forms, and information about show dates, venue, and other key areas of interest for attendees, exhibitors, and guests.

About Mid-Ohio-Con

Now entering its 29th year, Mid-Ohio-Con is one of America’s longest-running and most successful pop culture conventions. Each year, Mid-Ohio-Con brings fans of all ages together with leading comic book writers and artists, film and television creators and stars, as well as publishers and retailers from across the nation. Mid-Ohio-Con 2009 will be held on October 3-4 at the Greater Columbus Convention Center in Columbus, Ohio. Mid-Ohio-Con can be found online at midohiocon.com as well as on Facebook, MySpace and Twitter.


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